Common menu bar links

Thousand Islands National Park of Canada

Facilities and Services

Mallorytown Landing

1121 - 1000 Islands Parkway (401 exit 675)

  • Visitor centre with live animals, hands-on exhibits, Aboriginal stories, children's activities
  • Outdoor exhibits and artwork
  • Interpretive programs
  • Playground
  • 2-km trail with easy and moderate hiking loops
  • Boat launch
  • Paddling landing site
  • Picnic areas
  • Historical Pavilion (1904)
  • Scenic river views
  • Geocaches
  • oTENTik accommodations

Jones Creek Trails

1000 Islands Parkway, 6 km east of Mallorytown Landing (401 exit 675 or 685)

  • 12-km trail network of easy to difficult trail loops
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Lookout points
  • Scenic wetland boardwalk
  • Geocaches


There are 19 island properties in the St. Lawrence River between Kingston and Brockville. Unless otherwise stated, national park islands have docks, composting toilets and walking trails; most have shelters and primitive campsites.

The St. Lawrence River is renowned for its dangerous shoals; accurate nautical charts are essential for boating safety. Nautical charts may be purchased at the Mallorytown Landing Visitor Centre or from private outlets listed on the website

Facility and Service Chart

For detailed information regarding Park facilities and services, please view the Facilities and Services Chart.

Landon Bay Centre (Privately operated)

302 - 1000 Islands Parkway (401 exit 647)

* The Landon Bay centre is operated by the Barbara Heck Foundation and offers additional services and facilities, including:

  • 7-km trail network
  • Playground
  • Scenic lookout
  • Geocaches
  • Picnic area
  • Campground
  • Pool
  • Nature Day Camp

PDFTrail map (2010)

For more information, see the Landon Bay Centre website.

Note: To read the PDF version you need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your system.

If the Adobe download site is not accessible to you, you can download Acrobat Reader from an accessible page.

If you choose not to use Acrobat Reader you can have the PDF file converted to HTML or ASCII text by using one of the conversion services offered by Adobe.